Serbian PM says no plans to join NATOWorld May 30, 12:34
Russian diplomat says G7 ‘infected with hubris’ clouding group’s judgementRussian Politics & Diplomacy May 30, 12:14
Moscow concerned over no breakthrough in US administration’s relations with RussiaRussian Politics & Diplomacy May 30, 11:41
Diplomat comments on Trump’s son-in-law contacts with Russian ambassador to USRussian Politics & Diplomacy May 30, 11:24
Moscow utility crews clean up freak storm’s aftermathSociety & Culture May 30, 11:15
Hurricane death toll rises to 14 in Moscow, Moscow RegionWorld May 30, 9:52
One serviceman killed after An-26 plane makes hard landing in western RussiaWorld May 30, 9:15
Hurricane sweeps across central Russia wreaking havoc on 180 roofs and 2,000 carsWorld May 30, 8:59
Traces of Barents Sea plankton, bacteria from Madagascar found on ISS surfaceScience & Space May 30, 7:39
MOSCOW, June 17 (Itar-Tass) - The main military prosecutor's office /GVSU/ exposed misuse of 60 million roubles by the former director of the Defense Ministry’s education department.
"Violations were exposed in the course of a check into the work of the former director of the Defense Ministry's Education Department, Yekaterina Priyezzheva, which the GVSU conducted jointly with the Interior Ministry's departments "K" and "M" and the military counterintelligence department of the Federal Security Service.
"The check ascertained that in August 2012, Priyezzheva, using her office position and acting in the interests of her acquaintance, director of the Isku Interior M commercial firm, arranged, in violation of legislation and tender procedures, the purchase of more than 1,000 sets of furniture for educational institutions of the Defense Ministry. The price of supplied property exceeded its market value by more than 60 million roubles, and the commercial firm derived super profit.
"To arraign the culprits, the materials of the check were sent to the Investigative Committee's main office," the GVSU said.
Yekaterina Priyezzheva headed by the Defense Ministry's Education department from 2009 to December 2012, and was responsible for the system of officer training, from military schools to the Academy of the General Staff.